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With just days left until FIFA 18 hits the shops, we’re bringing you a new daily feature dedicated to your very best goals scored in the game.
Although the game isn’t released until Friday, there’s already thousands of brilliant goals being uploaded thanks to the demo.
We produce a weekly FIFA Goals of the Week video on our facebook page – and you can check out the latest one here at the bottom of the page.
And now we’re inviting you to get involved by emailing us your best entries.
All you have to do is upload your clip and send it over in an email for us. Or, if you’ve seen one on YouTube which should make the cut, send us the link.
Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to be featured.
First up, is none other than this year’s cover star, Cristiano Ronaldo, who is seen here scoring a trademark free-kick.
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EFL clubs have indicated they are in favour of an early closure to the summer transfer window from next season.
The decision was taken following a summit of all 72 clubs on Thursday, and will be subject to further discussions before it is put to a formal vote in February.
The EFL is set to follow the Premier League after its clubs agreed to close the window the day before the start of the 2018-19 season earlier this month.
The EFL’s proposal however, would continue to allow the signing of players on loan until August 31.
The indication by the EFL teams to introduce a shorter window for player transfers follows debate about the uncertainty caused to managers and players with activity still ongoing once the season has started.
“Today was all about understanding a direction of travel in what is a hugely emotive matter, not only for clubs and managers but supporters as well,” EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey said.
“The clubs have been clear in their mandate and we will now go away and look to develop a set of proposals before moving this matter on to the next stage, which would be a formal vote in order to change our regulations.”
The 72 clubs also discussed, and opted against, using more than three substitutes during a match, but they will next year vote on a change of policy regarding the fielding of full-strength teams in the closing stages of a season.
A statement from the EFL read: “Clubs were asked to support the implementation of guidance on the following basis: ‘From the fourth Thursday in March, any team sheet for a League game should include at least 10 outfield players who featured on the team sheet for the League game before.’
“Clubs indicated they were in support of amending the policy guidance and a formal vote will now take place at the February Club Meeting.”
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EFL clubs will be permitted to stream midweek Championship matches under the terms of the new £600m five-year rights deal with Sky Sports.
Sky will allow matches not played between 14:45 BST and 17:15 BST to be streamed on club websites, from next season, as long as the game is not being shown live on Sky Sports.
Fans will be able to live-stream in the UK and Ireland any midweek league match via their respective iFollow (or equivalent) service.
At the current time ifollow exludes fans in the Uk and Ireland with the subscription is only open to overseas fans.
The new deal is worth £600m and represents a 36% year-on-year increase on the current arrangement and will continue to see Sky Sports exclusively broadcast the Sky Bet EFL, Carabao Cup,
Checkatrade Trophy and Sky Bet Play-Offs live through until May 2024.
“These negotiations came at what was an incredibly challenging period in the sale and acquisition of sports rights in the UK,” said EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey.
“Having fully tested the market, we believe that not only has a significant increase in value for our clubs been achieved, but also the very best deal, with the best partner has been delivered.”
A maximum of 150 EFL games will be shown per season, including 16 midweek Championship matches and a minimum of 20 League One and League Two games.
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